Tanjung Offshore ex-MD claims trial

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  • Wednesday, 17 Feb 2016

Facing charges: Harzani (in brown t-shirt) at the KL Court Complex. He was among others accused of fraudulent inducement under Section 366 (1)(a) of the Companies Act 1965, which is punishable with 10 years’ imprisonment, a RM250,000 fine or both.

KUALA LUMPUR: A former group adviser and managing director of oil-and-gas services provider Tanjung Offshore Bhd has claimed trial to charges of fraudulent inducement and money-laundering.

Datuk Harzani Azmi, 49, was charged at a Sessions Court here yesterday for the two offences allegedly committed between Oct 21 and Nov 27, 2013.

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